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Wednesday, March 28, y Soc 368 Notes 2  Demographic : 1. Overcoming the “Malthusian Cycle”: - Reductions in the infant mortality - Increases in average longevity  - Overall population increase 2. Urbanization: - Increase in the proportion of the population  - Residing + employed in densely - populated permanent settlements 3. Increased rate of geographical intra - & inter generational mobility  - (ESP from ‘countryside’ to towns + cities) - Possible economic, kinship, social, cultural, politics implications  Technological & Economic: 1. Increased use or/reliance on non-human & animal sources of energy - (water, wind, eventually fossil-fuels)
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